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[307호] 승인 2010.03.02  
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   The Committee of Education Measures (CEM) held a press interview on Feb. 1, after the announcement that Hanyang University will raise registration fees on Jan. 29. About 80 Hanyangians including CEM stayed up all night sitting in the lobby in front of the President? office, demanding that the President receive Hanyangians' final written request. The final written request consists of CEM's five demands to the School Authorities: an apology from the School Authorities for not properly notifying them about the increase of the registration fees unilaterally and breaking an article of association in the way of notifying it to students. They also demanded the withdrawal of the increase in registration fees, and a face-to-face talk with the President.
   However, because of the President's absence, the final written request was received by his secretary. In addition, the face-to-face talk was held with instead, the Vice-president and various Deans. They did not admit that they broke an article of association and told the CEM only that they would discuss the registration fee problem.
Ahn Seung-soon, the chairman of the CEM, shared his opinion about HYU? decision, saying, "This year, HYU's raising rate of registration fee is 2.8 percent. People may think it a fairly small figure, while it is actually a huge sum of money. Hanyangians must not let HYU pursue its decision. The protest is not finished. I want Hanyangians to be concerned about our activity and be a part of it."
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